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bug: Getting addListener to fire on IOS

See original GitHub issue

Plugin(s): Capacitor Firebase Authentication

Platform(s): IOS fails but web works fine

Current behavior: When I use this plugin and console log results, the web version works fine. When I attempt to use the similar logging for Native Platform (Confirming that the Native code is working) trying the addListener command in several locations (see Github Repo) on the IOS logging does not seem to be firing

Expected behavior: What I am wanting to achive is to get Firebase Custom Claims and report them (and then perform access actions based on those claims)

Steps to reproduce: See Git Repo - comment with logic with various positions of the addListener

Related code:

Other information:

Capacitor doctor:

💊   Capacitor Doctor  💊 

Latest Dependencies:

  @capacitor/cli: 3.4.3
  @capacitor/core: 3.4.3
  @capacitor/android: 3.4.3
  @capacitor/ios: 3.4.3

Installed Dependencies:

  @capacitor/cli: 3.4.3
  @capacitor/core: 3.4.3
  @capacitor/android: 3.4.3
  @capacitor/ios: 3.4.3

[success] iOS looking great! 👌
[success] Android looking great! 👌

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created a year ago
  • Comments:19 (10 by maintainers)

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robingenzcommented, May 17, 2022

@JuliusJacobitz Your problem should be another one. Please have a look at this two comments: and If this does not help you, please create a new issue.

github-actions[bot]commented, Jun 17, 2022

It looks like there hasn’t been a reply in 30 days, so I’m closing this issue.

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